Vivienne Olive. CD 1.
Featured Australian works
||The dream gardens (1989) — solo piano||Vivienne Olive||Annie Gicquel||18 mins, 6 sec.|
||Is the flower of the heart of man (1980) — solo bass flute||Vivienne Olive||5 mins, 13 sec.|
||Music for two saxophones and orchestra (1982) — full orchestra with solo instrument(s)||Vivienne Olive||15 mins, 32 sec.|
||Pentakel (1982) for piano duo (4 hands)||Vivienne Olive||8 mins, 46 sec.|
||A thing which fades with no outward sign (1985) for soprano with ensemble||Vivienne Olive||8 mins, 56 sec.|
Duration: 57 min.
Contents note: A thing which fades with no outward sign -- Pentakel -- Music for two saxophones and orchestra -- The dream gardens -- ...is the flower of the heart of man.
Capture session: Music for two saxophones and orchestra recorded live in Nürnberg, Germany, 1982.
Performers: Ensemble L'art pour l'art (A thing which fades with no outward sign) ; Vivienne Olive (piano: Pentakel) ; Dirk Keilhack (piano: Pentakel) ; Bayerisches Jugendorchester (Music for two saxophones and orchestra) ; Anne Gicquel (piano: The dream gardens) ; Keith Wallace (bass flute: Is the flower of the heart of man).
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